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However, digital media introduce different equations of ephemera into our remembering processes and capacities as well as new means to preserve, restore and represent the past. Indeed, digital memory technologies also effect what Bowker (2005/08) calls ‘inaugural acts’ where the old is overwritten by the new. The mediatisation of memory is thus the ongoing negotiation of the self through, and interplay with, the emergent technologies of the day to shape a past that is ‘always already new’. It is important to differentiate two ‘phases’ of mediatisation (cf.
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